||If you're going to be in Honolulu, Hawaii
for any length of time, you're going to want to make at least one
visit to the Honolulu Zoo. Whether or not you love animals, it's a
good experience to have at least once in your life. And amidst the
island paradise, there's a great zoo that's known all over. The zoo is
located between Diamond Head and Waikiki in Southeast O'ahu.
is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily throughout the year (except
on Christmas Day.) Visitors can call (808) 971-7171 at any time to
up to date information about the zoo. The general
admission is only $8, with large discounts for Kama'aina and children
under 13 years of age. This makes it a great deal, if you consider how
much fun you can have during a day at the zoo.
You can even bring your own food into the zoo, as long as you make
sure you clean up after yourself. This makes a great value even
better, especially if you're trying to squeeze as much as you can from
your vacation. With a radius of 2,300 miles, it's the largest zoo in
the United States. It has a really rich and varied history behind the
starting of the zoo. The land was a gift from King David Kalakaua in
If you're going to be in Honolulu for any reason, a nice trip to the
zoo is an inexpensive, educational and fun way to spend time with
friends and family. With so many things to see and do, you'll want to
make a day of it. The zoo is handicap accessible and offers a lot of
different shops for souvenirs and food. If you go, you're going to
want to stay to check it all out.